Race with us.
We’re all in.
Online registration will close on Friday, October 1 at 5 PM CST. You will be able to register in-person at the Race site on Race morning for our in-person event. Click here for Race Day registration.
Please note that the event will take place rain or shine, but we are closely monitoring the radar. As of now, opening ceremonies will still begin at 7:45am.
As with any rain event in Houston, we encourage you to be safe and weather-aware. If it is storming where you are and you do not feel comfortable driving into downtown, please know you can always participate virtually and “Race Where You Are” when the rain ends.
On a safety note, Susan G. Komen is following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)and the City of Houston regarding outdoor events. If you have been exposed to anyone with COVID symptoms, or you wake up and are not feeling well, we ask that you please stay home and participate virtually. We also encourage all participants that are not vaccinated, as well as any that may be immunocompromised, to wear masks. We also ask that, when possible, you socially distance from others outside of your group. We anticipate a great turnout and would like to keep everyone safe.
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On event day, we invite you to join us to hear stories from our survivors and those living with breast cancer, to learn about the impact of Komen's research discoveries, public policy advocacy and direct patient support services, and to celebrate your fundraising success. Then, we encourage you to set out to earn your Virtual Finisher Medal by walking 6,000 steps for your commitment to end breast cancer.
The app is your key to participating in the full event experience. Download it today on your mobile device and you can:
that provides new hope through lifesaving discoveries. Funding breakthroughs that give more time to everyone in their fight against breast cancer.
that ensures all have access to quality screening, diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer. Offering patient support, treatment assistance, even childcare and transportation services.
to support everyone, no matter where they are in their breast cancer journey. Providing a safe place to share, grieve, support and find strength forward.
through advocacy, fighting for government funding and critical patient support and research. We fight for the rights of patients among policymakers and compassionate care for everyone.